Secure eMail is already giving Criminal Justice Organisations and practitioners the confidence to send sensitive information via email.
But you could be getting even more out of your Secure eMail account by using it to send any confidential information related to your work. Barristers could be using it to liaise with the CPS; YOTS, the police and Local Authorities could be using it to send information about individuals, including offending history;
But the key to making Secure eMail even more effective is to encourage more people to sign up. By redesigning the Secure eMail site to make it more simple and user-friendly, we're hoping to do just that.
- If your Secure eMail address looks like this: firstname.lastname@example.org click here to find out more.
- If your Secure eMail address looks like this: email@example.com then click here.
- If you haven't yet joined the Secure eMail service, click here to find out how to apply today.
Although the service is run by the Government, the Government does not have a right to view the content of any of the emails being transmitted across the service.
We've gone from no correspondence by email to sending and receiving about 70% of our business and general enquiry transactions with our CJS partners using email.
It’s helped us meet our obligations for resulting with victim and witness service and with PNC bureau.
We email results to police and CPS witness care units....without Secure eMail we wouldn't be able to meet our obligations for 99% of the time.
We used to copy record sheets five times but now we only do one....we achieved substantial savings in staff time and running costs.
Crown Court Manager
Chester Crown Court